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TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books that have been created from existing picture books from well-known publishers and authors, and converted into an accessible digital format.
BrainFuse: Help Now!
Brainfuse offers online tutoring services for free with your CHPL card. Create a Brainfuse account to keep track of your progress. Available through June 30, 2022. Novels and Puzzles & Games.
The Mailbox School & District
The Mailbox is a resource created by Educators for Educators teaching or homeschooling in grades Pre-K to 6. It is packed with more than 52,000 engaging ideas, activities, and worksheets that help inspire imaginations while teaching essential skills.
Youth Services Book-Match
Children and Teens are invited to fill out an online form to get book recommendations from one of our Youth Services Librarians!
Based on your answers, a librarian will compile a list of books just for you and place three of those titles on hold for you (if you would like them to). Once your books are ready for pick up, you’ll receive a notification.
This service is free, confidential, and requires a library card. Need to renew or create a library card? Email our Supervisor of Circulation at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anti – Racism Resources
Talking about race can be challenging.
Our Anti-Racism Resource Guide contains literature and other digital resources for children, their caregivers, and educators to help promote empathy and social justice.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
1000 Books Before Kindergarten is an ongoing early literacy program which encourages families with children ages 0 to 5 to read to their children every day. The concept is simple and the rewards are priceless! Visit our 1000 Books page for more information and sign your child up in person or print out an application online and turn it in to the Youth Services desk. You will need a CHPL library card to register.
For more information, come visit us upstairs at the Youth Services desk or give us a call at (856) 903-1229.